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Dear Annie 10/26

Dear Annie: Why do Americans have so many ice cream products?


Ask the doctors 10/26

Dear Doctors: I inherited my mother’s prominent varicose veins, and despite surgery, they are back. My sister recently told me our mother had deep vein thrombosis when she was older. She told me to be careful, and to watch for symptoms. Am I at risk because of my varicose veins?

Dear Annie 10/25

Dear Annie: I’m tired. I have been in a six-year relationship with talks of marriage but no engagement yet. He was married before, while I have never been married. My boyfriend is 47, and I’m 41. I have given him six years of my life. We don't sleep in the same bed.

Miss Manners 10/25

Dear Miss Manners: I am about to use the cut direct in a social situation on someone who absolutely merits it. Everyone in our social circle agrees that this person, an unmarried lady of equal social status to me, has behaved in an outrageous manner to me and my romantic partner.
A&E >  TV

James Michael Tyler, Gunther on ‘Friends,’ dies at 59

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 25, 2021

NEW YORK  — James Michael Tyler, the actor known widely for his recurring role as Gunther on “Friends,” has died. He was 59. Tyler died Sunday at home in Los Angeles from prostate cancer, said his manager, Toni Benson. 
A&E >  Music

Ed Sheeran has COVID-19, will do performances from home

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 25, 2021

British pop star Ed Sheeran said Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will do interviews and performances from his house while he self-isolates. Sheeran, 30, broke the news on social media days before his new studio album is due out.
A&E >  Entertainment

Kids are playing ‘Squid Game’ at recess – now what?

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 24, 2021

“Squid Game,” Netflix’s massive global hit produced in South Korea, might feature playground games, but it is most obviously not for kids. The ultraviolent show follows 456 debt-ridden adult characters as they fight one an other to the death for a chance to win millions of dollars.